Kelso - Fishing Links & Contact Information
Here at Burnbrae we have three comfortable self-catering holiday cottages, many of our guests enjoy fishing on the river Tweed and other rivers near Kelso. If you are looking to stay in the Kelso area, we'd love to welcome you to Burnbrae and hope you find the following links useful:
Tweedbeats has been set up to facilitate Tweed owners, syndicates, angling clubs and others with fishing to let on the Tweed and its tributaries. This informative web site provides loads of information about fishing on the River Tweed.
When to Fish in The River Tweed
In association with Fishpal and Visit Scotland this link provides details of fishing opportunities during the season which runs from from 1st February to 30th November each year.
Trading for over 20 years, Tweedside Tackle Limited is a full service, game flyfishing tackle shop and are happy to provide local knowledge, permits, services, advice and equipment. Tel: 01573 225306 The moved across the road to bigger premises in Kelso during summer 2016. As on The River BBC Scotland TV series.
FishPal provides an online booking, advice and information system for all types of rod fishing throughout the UK, their section on fishing the Tweed may particularly useful to guests at Burnbrae cottages
Borders River Guide
For more guidance, tuition and details of packages throughout the Scottish Borders, this guide provides details on the Tweed, together with tributaries the rivers Leader, Teviot, Ettrick and Gala Water.
Kelso and District Angling Association
Kelso Angling Association offers fishing for wild trout and grayling on around 8 miles of the Rivers Teviot and Tweed, and a short stretch of the River Eden
For tackle and clothing, Orvis Retail have a store in Kelso, they also offer a range of fly fishing courses throughout the year as well as details of local waters.
Jedforest Angling Association
The Jedforest Angling Association offers visitors fishing for salmon, trout and grayling along 5 miles of the river Teviot and trout fishing on 2 lochs south of Jedburgh.